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Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the U.S. Dr. Joseph McGinn, a surgeon known around the world for his work in the field of cardiology who works on Staten Island at the ...
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"Dear Mr. Ferreri, Thank You" tells the life-changing stories of Staten Islanders and their care and recovery at Staten Island University Hospital through their letters of appreciation.
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Qusai Hammouri, affectionately known to patients and friends as “Dr. Q”, is SIUH's new Director of Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery. Dr. Hammouri's interests are centered on spinal ailments and deformiti ...
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Being a first-time mom is hard. But, it can also be very funny, especially when the mom is comic Andrea Rosen of Nickelodeon’s docu-comedy “Take Me To Your Mother.” Totally unprepared for motherhood ...
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Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the U.S. Dr. Joseph McGinn, a surgeon known around the world for his work in the field of cardiology who works on Staten Island at the Heart Institute, joined NY1 to discuss how people can tell where they stand when it comes to heart health.
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Go Red has come and gone, but that doesn't mean we've stopped caring about women’s heart-health. On February 27, 2014, we'll be hosting a Women’s Heart Event at the Regina M. McGinn, MD Education Cent ...
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This 8mm film goes back to 1956, to the groundbreaking ceremony for an expansion to the 375 Seguine Avenue building.
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"Dear Mr. Ferreri, Thank You" tells the life-changing stories of Staten Islanders and their care and recovery at Staten Island University Hospital through their letters of appreciation.
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Federal Emergency Management Agency representatives toured the hospital Friday, 6/21/13 to assess the damage from Hurricane S ...
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Staff and friends gathered at Staten Island University Hospital to thank 12-year-old Sambro, a yellow lab that's been a therapy dog in the hospital's hospice department for nearly 10 years.
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On 9/11/01, David Restuccio was interviewed by NBC’s Brian Williams on the breaking events during that fateful day.
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Staten Island University Hospital's da Vinci surgical robot hit a home run with baseball fans young and old last night at the sold-out Staten Island Yankees game. Throughout the night, hundreds of SI Yanks and Brooklyn Cyclone fans stopped by to check out our robot. A kids' contest for those ages 6 to 14 let would-be surgeons sit at the controls and try to maneuver the robot's four spider-like arms.
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Every four years, leap day occurs. This time it heralded the birth of four leap year babies.
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